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a city in SW Uttar Pradesh, in N India: site of the Taj Mahal.
Historical Examples

He and his village fled from Agra and came to Chhattīsgarh, where they founded the Agharia caste.
The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India–Volume I (of IV) R.V. Russell

The great wonder and prize of Agra is, of course, the Taj Mahal.
A Tour of the Missions Augustus Hopkins Strong

He sent his son an order to choose one of two courses; either to come to Agra slightly attended, or to return to Allahbd.
Rulers of India: Akbar George Bruce Malleson

His grave was prepared in a garden at Secundra, about four miles from Agra.
The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 9 Various

All night the Agra showed three lights at her mizzen peak for him, and kept a sharp lookout.
Sea Stories Various

Wisha, Jemmy, Agra, there’s no knowing what you’ll be when you grows up.
My New Curate P.A. Sheehan

The “auto” ride back to Agra was accomplished without any broken limbs, and another red-letter day was ended.
Travels in the Far East Ellen Mary Hayes Peck

Agra’s cantonment avenues and parks are kept in excellent order.
Ranching, Sport and Travel Thomas Carson

Agharia1 (a corruption of Agaria, meaning one who came from Agra).
The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India R. V. Russell

Their name has been connected with the cities of Agra and Agroha.
The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India–Volume I (of IV) R.V. Russell

a city in N India, in W Uttar Pradesh on the Jumna River: a capital of the Mogul empire until 1658; famous for its Mogul architecture, esp the Taj Mahal. Pop: 1 259 979 (2001)


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